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for the first time. i think in the end, romney wants to use the debate to change the dynamic in the race. president obama wants to keep this thing going the way it's going from their perspective. that's going to be a titanic struggle. which one wins that fight is going to tell us, you know, whether the dynamic changes later on in the race, tomorrow, into the future. >> brit, there are six segments in this debate. 15-minute segments. they start with two questions. and then it's supposed to be a discussion. >> right. >> this is a bit of a different format. it could make for a different kind of debate than we have seen in past presidential debates. >> it won't be as tightly restricted as to time and answers, one presumes. i think that will make for a more free-flowing conversation. it might be the format that the debate commission has been groping for for years, that really works the best. it is not too loose so things get out of hand. but it is not so tight that it feels completely controlled. that will be interesting to see as well. >> joe, let me ask you, as somebody who has handled can
for watching us. please always remember the spin stops right here. we're definitely looking out for you >> welcome to the first and only vice-presidential debate between congressman paul ryan and vice-president joe biden. i'm live in the spin room at centre college in denville, kentucky. i'm bret baier. inside the debate hall, it's an intimate setting, the same stage where joe lieberman debated in 2000. there is a lots of excitement and anticipation from both sides, with many democrats expecting vice-president biden, an experienced debater to try to go on the offensive to make up for the lackluster performance of president barack obama. for paul ryan, it's his first debate on the national stage. the budget wizz is described by many as comfortable in his own skin when it comes to describing the weeds of budget policy. but how comfortable he is in defending romney policies across the board in depth is really tonight's test. the moderator, senior foreign affairs correspondent. martha raddatz. the debate will focus on a host of issues. but since foreign policy is her strength, the going bet
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